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Jonathan vows to reduce Boko Haram challenges if re-elected



President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday in Osogbo
said his administration, would reduce the challenges of
terrorism in the country if re-elected.
Jonathan, who made the promise at the Peoples
Democratic Party (PDP) campaign, said the security
challenges in the country would not be forever.
“This terrorism cannot last forever. If my
administration is re-elected, terror will be minimal,’’ he
On unemployment, Jonathan said he would create two
million jobs on a yearly basis if re-elected.
Jonathan, who said that 1.8 million youths entered into
labour market on a yearly basis, said his administration
would continue to tackle the issue of unemployment in
the country.
The President then urged the people of the state to vote
for him during the Feb.14 presidential election.

He said his administration’s transformation programme
in the railway sector, agriculture, electricity among
others, was enough to earn him a second term in office.
According to him, his administration will do more for
the development of the country if re-elected.
“We are not saying this because we want to win the
election but because our party stands for
development,’’ he added.
Earlier, Vice President Namadi Sambo had called for the
support of the people during the election.
Sambo said the President‘s transformation agenda in
the area of electricity, education, agriculture among
others, was enough for him to win the election.
NAN reports that diginateries at the rally include the
PDP National Chairman, Alhaji Adamu Mua’zu, PDP
BOT Chairman, Mr Tony Anenih and Gov. Olusegun
Mimiko of Ondo.
Others are Prof. Jerry Gana and Alhaji Amadu Ali, the
Director General, PDP Presidential Campaign

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